Digital Badges

Bioinformatics Curiosity Digital Badge

Students who complete the following requirements can receive the 'Bioinformatics Curiosity' digital badge to display on their CV and LinkedIn and other social media:

  • 6 credits of bioinformatics (BIOF) study completed in FAES courses and workshops;

  • Up to 2 workshops can count for up to 4 credits of the digital badge (2 credits substituted for each workshop);

  • Students must earn a passing grade in any courses that will be counted toward the digital badge (i.e., either a letter grade of C or above or a “pass” if the course is pass/fail must be earned; audited courses cannot be counted toward the digital badge);

  • Courses and workshops completed since January 2021 can be counted toward the digital badge.

Courses that may count toward the Bioinformatics Curiosity digital badge:

Summer 2021

BIOF 101 | Introductory Coding Skills
BIOF 309 | Introduction to Python
BIOF 439 | Data Visualization with R
BIOF 440 | Data Visualization with Python
BIOF 501 | Introduction to R: Step-by-Step Guide

 

BIOF 052 | Artificial Intelligence in Your Lab
BIOF018 | Intermediate R Boot Camp
BIOF 050 | Introduction to Deep Learning
BIOF 098| Introduction to Statistical Analysis in R
BIOF 088 | Introduction to Text Mining Using Python
BIOF017 | Introductory R Boot Camp
BIOF 084 | Pharmacometric Dose-Response Analyses in Clinical Trials Using R
BIOF 097 | Practical Scientific Statistics
BIOF 020 | Python For Beginners
BIOF 021 | R for Analysis of Text Data

 

Public Policy Workshops Series Digital Badges

Attendees who complete one the following workshops will receive the corresponding digital badge to display on their digital resume, CV, LinkedIn and other social media. Attendees who successfully complete the complete series will also be awarded the Dean's Seal of Excellence.

 

 

 

PPOL 071 | The Role of the White House, Congress, Federal Agencies, and Judiciary in Science & Technology Policy

 

 

PPOL 072 | Public Policy Analysis for Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals: A Systematic Process for Analyzing and Developing Policy Options to Respond to Societal Challenges

 

 

PPOL 073 | Public Policy Analytical Methods for Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals: Understanding and Evaluating Benefit-cost, Cost-effectiveness, and Risk Analysis

 

 

 

PPOL 074 | Program Evaluation for Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals
 

 

 

 

 

Prevailing Science Digital Badge

General Requirements

To earn the interdisciplinary badge, 'Prevailing Science: A Pandemic World' students have to successfully* complete a minimum of 10 credits by taking designated courses within at least 3 different departments over the 2020-2021 academic year. To qualify for the badge, students must receive a B or better in all courses related to the badge.

Courses being offered in the 2020-21 Academic Year that can apply to the Prevailing Science: A Pandemic World badge include the following:
Fall 2020
GENL 401 | Leading with Emotional Intelligence
GENL 521 | Morality and Ethics in a Pandemic World I
IMMU 369 | Epidemics, Vaccines, and Prevention
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity
MICR 317 | Molecular Virology I
MICR 318 | Molecular Virology II
MICR 418 | Emerging Infectious Diseases I
MICR 419 | Emerging Infectious Diseases II
MICR 440 | Emerging Viruses I
MICR 441 | Emerging Viruses II
PBHL 317 | Introduction to Epidemiology I
PBHL 318 | Introduction to Epidemiology II
PBHL 516 | Health Policy and Administration I
PBHL 517 | Health Policy and Administration II
TECH 490 | Communication in Biomedical Sciences
TECH 491 | Market Assessment for Innovative Technologies in Biomedical Sciences
TECH 513 | Introduction to Technology Transfer - Issues and Processes

Spring 2021
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity
MICR 432 | Human Virology I
MICR 433 | Human Virology II
PBHL 450 | Global Health and Infectious Diseases
PBHL 580 | Health Economics and Econometrics Applied to the Evaluation of Research I
PBHL 581 | Health Economics and Econometrics Applied to the Evaluation of Research II

May Intersession 2021
IMMU 103 | COVID-19 Vaccines: A Comparative Approach
PPOL 101 | Introduction to National Security in Science and Medicine
 

Summer 2021
IMMU 102 | Emerging Coronaviruses
IMMU 369 | Epidemics, Vaccines, and Prevention
IMMU 403 | Basic Principles of Immunology and Hypersensitivity

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